Sea Swift – northern Australia’s largest shipping company – has announced it will be launching a dedicated international shipping service in December, connecting Dampier, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia with Singapore.
The service will see a 99-metre vessel – the Karratha Bay – ply Sea Swift’s new route, making an average of two sailings per month between Dampier and Singapore.
Sea Swift has appointed integrated shipping, logistics and marine services provider GAC as principal carrier agent under the agreement.
The service will be based on a regularly scheduled 20-day roll-on, roll-off (RORO) freight operation model, which will be unique to the Pilbara region.
The new service will be a permanent fixture in Sea Swift’s Northern Australia shipping network, and will also connect the company’s routes with global freight networks.
For more information on the service, visit Sea Swift’s Dampier-Direct web page.
Source: Sea Swift